A look in the studio as The Isaacs record Songs for the Times

The Isaacs latest project has a perfect title for release in 2020: Songs for the Times. It has a mix of traditional music such as “Ain’t No Grave” and Andre’ Crouch’s song, “Through it All,” alongside newer selections including the recent single “The Wilderness.” Each cut fits the theme of the project’s title.

Texas Gospel Canada spoke with Lilly Isaacs about the project. She said it was an act of hope for all of their friends and fans. They took advantage of the downtime during the pandemic and put it to good use.

“We loved involving all of our fans in selecting songs, watching the entire project being recorded, and the comments were just exciting. We feel like we did this together with all the people that have supported us throughout the years. We pray blessings and hope for this new coming year, “said Lilly.

The Isaacs recently shared a look behind the scenes as they turned their concept into reality. We thought you might enjoy seeing how a Gospel music session looks from the musician’s perspective.

A post from the Isaacs says It feels like there is a lot of hurt going on in the world right now, and sometimes we all might feel like were alone. Just remember “God won’t lead you where he won’t keep you..and he’ll be with you in the wilderness”

Enjoy hearing songs from this new project throughout the week on Texas Gospel Canada!

Tracklist:

1. Ain’t No Grave (Gonna Hold My Body Down)

2. Through It All

3. The Wilderness

4. Just Over Yonder

5. The Love Of God

6. The Times They Are a Changing

7. Peace In Trusting

8. Give Him What You Got

9. Medley Of Hymns (Old Rugged Cross, Softly And Tenderly, In The Garden, Nearer My God To Thee)

10. Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around (feat. Jason Crabb and Angela Primm)

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